Bill Nelson wrote:
The weird thing about 'Noise Candy' is that it was a collection of material that I had previously considered left overs or 'odd tracks out' from various earlier projects. In fact, I'd almost forgotten about these recordings until it came time to change my studio over from analogue to digital. It was then that I decided to catalogue these stray tracks and, whilst doing so, realised that I had a six cd box set in the making.
It's a complex and multi-faceted collection but it illuminates a particulary productive, if somewhat obscure, period of my career. Even though I had once, impulsively, almost abandoned the material, I now have to admit that 'Noise Candy' is a musical treasure trove and I'm proud and pleased that it will be re-issued as part of the Esoteric Recordings schedule.
That's quite incredible really, to think that you had almost discarded a large body of music which has become a much cherished and/or sought after collection. Another indication of the extremely high standards you do your utmost to achieve.......with no small amount of success in my opinion
Personally, I have not been fortunate enough to hear Noise Candy
as yet, but I have read enough about it to know that it is very special indeed
This is one of the re-issues I can't wait to get hold of